Sandra Miller Obituary, Death – It is with great regret that I must inform you of the demise of an esteemed former educator named Sandra Kay Miller. Ms. Miller was a teacher at Nettleton High School in the 1970s and 1980s. Students, friends, family members, and other individuals who were very important to him are going through a period of severe sadness as a result of the public announcement of Ms. Miller’s death. This announcement was made possible because it was made public that she had passed away. The funeral for Sandra Kay “Higgins” Miller was held on August 11, 2023 in Marietta, Georgia.
Ms. Miller’s parents, Tommy B. and Ganlina “Thompson” Higgins, welcomed her into the world on August 1, 1947 in Trumann. Barbara, Linda, and Tommy C. were the names of her siblings. On January 28, 1966, in Harrisburg, she wed the man who would become the love of her life, “Coach Earnie” Earnest Daniel Miller. Activities taking place at Marked Tree High School are as follows: Hall Monitor; Quill and Scroll, Vice President; Glee Club; French Club; M Club; Paper Staff; Kampus Kapers, Talent Scout; Homecoming Royalty; Garden Club, President:
Pep Squad. In 1965, Sandra received her diploma from Marked Tree High School, which is also where she first became acquainted with Coach Earnie. She received a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in English teaching from Arkansas State University in 1969 and taught at Pope High School and NHS in Marietta, Georgia after graduation. At this moment, the arrangements are unknown; however, I will share them here once I have received them. When we heard the news that such a promising being had passed away,
our hearts were flooded with sadness. Please accept our condolences, and may the solace that originates from our prayers surround you and those you care about during this difficult time. During this trying time, the Miller family is being held close in both our thoughts and prayers. The Miller family would appreciate it if you could keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Rest in peace, Ms. Miller